A new report has mentioned that #Samsung will livestream its #GalaxyS7 event in 360 degrees, giving users an immersive experience of the unveiling. Naturally, not everyone can be physically present in Barcelona when the company makes the announcement this Sunday, so this will allow users who are watching the livestream online to get a feel of the place.
The Galaxy S7 and the S7 edge have leaked out extensively so far, so there’s barely anything we don’t know about the handset. A new leak mentioned that the smartphone would pack an always-on display, while Samsung was kind enough to confirm that its flagship will be water resistant.
We’re just a little over 48 hours from the announcement of the flagship, so more should be revealed over the coming days. The smartphone is expected to use its own silicon along with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 SoC. Further, a newer revelation has suggested that the Galaxy S7 edge might be slightly larger in size than the Galaxy S7, which is interesting.